Patrol

The Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office has a staff of 20 certified full-time road Deputies.  Duties include patrol, civil and criminal service of papers, answering calls, investigation of crimes, acting as Court Bailiffs, courtroom testimony, transportation of State and County prisoners and just about anything else one can imagine. Equipment issued to each Deputy include a patrol car, duty weapon (Glock 22), shotgun, rifle, Safariland SSIII holster and belt, OC spray, handcuffs and most other items needed for law enforcement functions. All patrol vehicles are Dodge Chargers.

 

Patrol Officers:

Lieutenant 
Mayhar Netadj
Lieutenant 
Chain Owens
Lieutenant 
Steven Gant
Lieutenant 
Shannon Williams

Sergeant 1st class 

Julius Gandy

Sergeant 1st class

Brandon Griggs 
Sergeant 1st class 
William Ford
Sergeant 1st class 
Jon Davis

Deputy 

Veleeka Nash

Deputy 
Darell Holley
Deputy 
Scott Helms
Deputy 
Tim Cook
Deputy 
James Scott
Deputy 
Tyrone Edmonds
Deputy 
Justin Livingston
Deputy 
John Rice
Deputy 
William Westbrook
Deputy 
Thomas Reece 
Deputy 
Lyndon Carpenter
Deputy 
Weston Watts

  

Investigations

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Criminal Investigation is an applied science that involves the study of facts, used to identify, locate and prove the guilt of a criminal. A complete criminal investigation can include searching, interviews, interrogations, evidence collection and preservation and various methods of investigation.Modern day criminal investigations commonly employ many modern scientific techniques known collectively as forensic science.

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Investigators:

Lieutenant
Brett Watson
Lieutenant 
Robert Elmore
Sergeant
Rick Sharp
 
Sergeant

Phillip Miller

 
Sergeant
Moultrie Lacey
 

Investigator
Jonathan Coleman